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Idina Menzel says that Brendon Urie makes it "sound easy to sing those high notes". Disney picked Panic! Fans of Disney will already know that they often get a superstar to release a pop version of the lead single from each of their animated musicals. At The Disco's Brendon Urie for calling her a "b-tch". Now Panic! And now, Idina has revealed exactly what she thinks of Brendon Urie's version and whether or not he sings it any better than her original. She replied: "It's probably 'Into the Unknown' because it's not in my body and in my voice yet. I haven't sung it a lot. In the studio is one thing. That was the same with 'Let It Go'.
The sequel arrived with a huge amount of expectation on its shoulders and, for the most part, succeeded in offering up a compelling second story. Where Frozen 2 really succeeds though is the music, which is just as good, if not better than the first film. However, the song also gets a typical pop version that plays during the end credits but just who performs this alternate version of the song? The film continues the story of Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf as Arendelle comes under a new mystical threat. While Idina Menzel unleashes her incredible voice early on in the film itself, the end-credits pop version of the song is performed by the band Panic! For the most part, the end-credits pop versions of Disney songs are mediocre at best and rarely leave you wanting to hang around after the credits start to roll. In other news, Pistol shrimp in Project Power explained: Explore the powers of Netflix's superhuman new film. Skip to content. Did Hamilton and Angelica have an affair?